Mark Allen started life as the new Masters champion in remarkable style when he made a maximum 147 break – just 24 hours after the best night of his snooker career. Advertisements
Snooker fans say they missed seeing Hazel Irvine present BBC’s coverage of The Masters last week and want her to return again soon. .
Judd Trump produced his best performance for some time as he fought off an impressive comeback to secure a place in The Masters quarter-finals.
Ding Junhui’s worrying lack of form continued after he crashed out of The Masters despite making the perfect start in his first round match.
Mark Allen was in impressive form tonight as he gunned down Luca Brecel in The Masters.
World number one Mark Selby was made to rue missed chances as Mark Williams a completed a dramatic comeback to cause an early shock in this year’s Masters.
The Masters is one of snooker’s best tournaments because it sees the best players take on each other in front of the world stage and under the most intense situations.